10 Wardrobe Items Every New Indian Bride Must Have In Her Closet

Wedding season has come, and people who are getting married will be damn busy in preparations. It is very common to forget something, especially at this time. While you are passing the time on social media, this particular article will help you to look after the necessities which are must-haves in an Indian bride wardrobe.

Here are the ten items that must be on your shopping list to ensure that you turn out to be the gorgeous bride ever:

1. Attractive Golden Lehenga

Lehengas are evergreen in the fashion world. Every woman looks attractive in this clothing. Lehenga makes you look unique from others. And I bet, if you choose the colour that suits perfectly to your skin colour, then Lehengas will bring a new attractive bride look. You could also choose one in an Anarkali style or pair the lehenga with a straight-fit kurta.

2. The Classic Kanchipuram Saree

These days most of the women prefer western clothing, but the truth is every girl looks more beautiful in our Indian traditional dress sari when compared to those western dressing. And the wedding is the time to try classic Kanchipuram sari that has a princess-like charm. To complement your Kanchipuram sari, you can opt for an embellished golden blouse. A perfect and a sexy back-revealing blouse will put you right under the spotlight.

3. Mojris/ Kohlapuris

Even though heels give a posh look, it doesn’t suit for a bridal dress. Then what kind of footwear to go for? Mojris and Kohlapuris are a great footwear choice which gives a classic look, and these are highly comfortable too. Pick up a pair of colourful, ethnic embellishments including mirrors, ghungroo, and embroidery for the grander ceremonies.

4. Classic Embellished Clutch

Why clutch? To make sure that you are not dependent on anyone during the rituals for basics like your makeup and phone. And carrying clutch adds more beauty. Carrying a heavy shoulder bag looks odd. So, choose an embellished clutch that matches with your wedding dress.

5. A Multipurpose Indian Jacket

The jacketed awestruck look separates you from others, especially during intermediate wedding events, for the romantic post-wedding date, as well as for the grand family dinner. It gives a modern-yet- ethnic look.

6. Blingy Footwear

Get a sturdy pair of golden or silver-coloured sandals and put your most fashionable foot forward, pairing the sandals with outfits of complementing colours. Choose a heel height that keeps you comfortable throughout the ceremonies.

7. Comfortable Night Wear

Carefully choose a few items for nightwear that includes a comfortable bathrobe, soft pyjamas, and easy-to- slip-on camisoles.

8. Lingerie

There are a variety of lingerie types you can choose from. It is advisable to pick a strapless bra in case you are flaunting a backless or low-cut dress. Also, avoid wearing satin and lace inners as they will make you feel uncomfortable by the end of the day.

9. Contemporary Jewelry

Jewellery piece is a conversation starter among most of the women. Make sure you choose some modern designer jewellery for yourself. The inevitable stone-studded necklaces and heavy gold earrings give a perfect bride look. Pick out an exciting kamarband, a statement ring, midi rings, dainty ankles or stylish ear-cuffs, and add oomph to your wedding look.

10. Versatile Vanity Box

Be a fashionista and a multi-tasking girl of the 21st century, take care of last-minute mishaps all by yourself by including a tiny sewing kit, safety pins, nail filer, tweezer, and bobby pins, red bindi, sindoor, etc in your vanity box.

Also, don’t shop with too many people as several opinions will be flying around. Go with your mother, sister, and close friends to have a stress-free shopping experience. If possible know the likes of your fiance in what colours he would prefer to see you wearing. And most importantly, decide your budget before you start shopping.

We hope these things will help you to reorder the things at your wedding time and gives the most memorable days of your life.

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